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Caption:

"Recognition of our work will come when its goal is achieved: when those who are responsible for this war are brought before a court. There is a possibility that the International War Crimes Tribunal will start functioning. In that case the effects of this work will be seen much sooner."

Title:

Calling the Ghosts: a Story About Rape, War and Women

Credits:

Directors: Mandy Jacobson and Karmen Jelincic
Executive Producer: Julia Ormond

Length:

63 minutes

Distributor:

Women Make Movies (http://www.wmm.com)

Summary:

Calling the Ghosts examines the devastating impact of the war in Bosnia on women through the stories of Jadranka Cigelj and Nasreta Sival. Both professional Muslim women living in the Bosnian town of Priejdor when Serbs seized power in 1992, they were taken to the Omarska Detention Camp. They describe the systematic rape that was used as a means of humiliation and annihilation. While the physical violations take place mostly at night, "mental rape" occured 24 hours a day.

 

 

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